I'd like to share this amazing talk by Evan Czaplicki, the creator of Elm: The life of a file.
In Haskell and Elm, I like to think of files (i.e. modules) as small libraries that offer good APIs. Then, other modules build upon them to offer higher-level APIs, and so on. I try to apply this idea in other languages when possible.
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